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File #: 20-99    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Action Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 1/31/2020 In control: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
On agenda: 3/3/2020 Final action:
Title: 9:35 A.M. - Notice of Lien Hearing for Kathleen and James Mooney; 2810 Merced St. Nice
Sponsors: Community Development
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1_Notice of Assessment, Cert. Mail Rct., Legal Notice, 2. Exhibit 2_Photos Before Abatement, 3. Exhibit 3_Grant Deed, 4. Exhibit 4_NONOTA 5-4-2017, 5. Exhibit 5_Certified Mail Returned to Sender, 6. Exhibit 6_Permission to Enter and Abate 10-17-2019, 7. Exhibit 7_Property Tax Delinquency, 8. Exhibit 8_Asbestos Report and Invoice, 9. Exhibit 9_Coleman Environmental Engineering Invoice, 10. Exhibit 10_Photos After Abatement, 11. Exhibit 11_Task Sheet

Date: March 3, 2020

To: The Honorable Moke Simon, Chair, Lake County Board of Supervisors

From: Scott DeLeon, Community Development Director
Andrew Williams, Code Enforcement Manager
Marcus Beltramo, Code Enforcement Officer

Subject: Notice of Lien Hearing for James and Kathleen Mooney; 2810 Merced St. Nice

Exhibits: 1. Notice of Assessment, Certified Mail Receipt, Legal Notice
2. Photos Before Abatement
3. Grant Deed
4. Notice of Nuisance and Order to Abate 5-4-2017
5. Certified Mail Returned to Sender
6. Permission to Enter and Abate 10-17-2019
7. Property Tax Delinquency
8. Asbestos Report and Invoice
9. Coleman Environmental Engineering Invoice
10. Photos After Abatement
11. Task Sheet

Executive Summary: (include fiscal and staffing impact narrative):


Property Owner: Mooney, James (deceased) and Kathleen (alive)
Property Address: 2810 Merced St., Nice CA (property)
APN: 031-172-320
Zoning: R1, Single Family Residential District
Existing Conditions: Located on the property was a manufactured home and shed; currently the property is a vacant lot with no existing structures.


Staff is requesting confirmation by the Board to prepare and record a "Notice of Lien" against the property in accordance with LCCO Chapter 13, Article VI, Section 13-43.1. In accordance with Chapter 13, Article IV, Section 13-42.1, the Board shall hear and consider the account and proposed assessment.

If the Board provides confirmation, then pursuant LCCO Chapter 13, Article VI, Section 13-43.3, the "Notice of Lien" shall be delivered to the County Auditor who shall enter the amount of the lien on the assessment roll as special assessments.1

California Government Code 38773.5 (d) authorizes if the lien is not paid within three years, a city or the county may foreclose on non-residential and vacant residential property. (The property is considered a vacant residential property.)


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